The material of these Director’s Cut jeans was woven in a German textile mill. Sadly one of the last of its kind that produced jeans fabric. The red stitching on the inside of the jeans makes for a nice dalliance and produces a bold contrast against the deep indigo.
This jacket is inspired by a vintage fencing jacket dating back from the late 19th century.
This is my studio. One of the projects I am currently working on: hybridizing a motorjacket and a jeanjacket – I will let you know what comes out of it…
it’s a rough road from pattern to final shirt .
In one of my favourite books this interestingly cut jacket caught my eye: note the design of the pockets and the very simple cut of the armhole.
Never underestimate a well done ironing-job.
A good shirt is not only about color or pattern. It’s the cut and the details and the quality that make it special. The collar is an extremely important aspect of a shirt. I have worked the hell out of mine to get the cut, shape and fit perfect.
100% merino wool, 100% durable – these absolutely peelfree jumpers are exclusively made for Director’s Cut in Germany and every season you can get them in 6 new colors.
The light blue shirt is a classic. Never fails to make you look fresh and at least 3 years younger. I work with the luxurious ultra-fine and lightweight cotton from Switzerland.